Hue’s Review: Ultra-Luminous (ARC)

Meet K. New Yorker. Drugstore sushi lover. Heroin-addicted prostitute. With every nihilistic moment she invited you to witness, you found yourself whirling and begging to stay until next day’s light. In Katherine Faw’s next book, she painted a picture of a thirty-something woman with rigid patterns: dinners, waxing, snorting Heroin, clubbing, and waxing. Alongside those…

My Firecrackin’ July TBR

Excuse the corn. July’s here and with this month’s arrival comes a new TBR. New stories. New escapes. New adventures. Literary fiction. Young adult. Adult fiction. These genres fill my list’s scopes. Will I stick to the list? I’m pretty sure. But, sometimes a new book sashays my way and steals my attention. Who can…

Hue’s Reviews: Final Girls

Nancy Thompson. Laurie Strode. Sidney Prescott. All final girls from classic horror films gracing screens around the world with blood and terror. Enter Lisa. Sam. Quincy. Sometimes art imitates life without end credits.

My Jumpin’ June TBR

Memorial Day’s come and gone. Summer’s unofficial in its arrival, but who’s complaining. June’s jumpin’ around my house. My oldest son’s graduating high school. My youngest’s next move is fifth grade. Besides signing forms, attending orientation, and trying to peel my youngest off the wall to attend camp, I’m reading. I have a ton of…

Hue’s Reviews: White Fur

“A stunning star-crossed love story set against the glitz and grit of 1980s New York City” (Courtesy of Goodreads) Jamey and Elise, two people, divided by class and life, meet in New Haven, CT. He’s a Yale student. She’s a wandering soul. Mix instant attraction and sexual obsession. Bake at 425º. Gorge on sex and…